CAMSIS: Czech Republic
A CAMSIS version has been produced for the Czech Republic in terms of ISCO-88 occupational units. We used 1994 data as it is prepared in the LIS project, where occupational detail is preserved to the three digit level.
Further information on the CAMSIS scores for the LIS datasets.
Before downloading the tables, users are strongly recommended to read:
The construction of CAMSIS measures
|DOWNLOAD CAMSIS FILES||ISCO88|
|version 1.0; author: Paul Lambert ; released on: 21 March 2003|
|Occupational classification||International Standard Classification of Occupations 1988 (ISCO-88) (details)|
Status in employment
0 : Unknown status
We derived the CAMSIS scores directly on data stored at the LIS project (using the Czech 1994 LES survey). The cross-nationally harmonised LIS datasets are accessed and analysed remotely. Other work has also been undertaken to link derived CAMSIS scores with LIS resources, follow this link.
The scale derivation used information from 15,074 male-female combinations, a smaller sample size than is generally preferred for full population coverage. To maximise the number of occupational combinations analysed we combined data on all cross-gender within household occupational combinations revealed in the relevant LIS dataset. For the Czech LES study, this included any household combinations (eg husband-wife; father-daughter) and also some combinations involving previous, second or first-ever jobs as well as current jobs. The model used to produce the CAMSIS scale scores was a relatively simple correspondence analysis of the cross-gender combinations (as opposed to more carefully specified RC-II association model, see the construction guide).
Full details of the ISCO-88 four-digit values used are available from the IER website. There are also further comments on ISCO schema in the 'occupational unit handling' section of these webpages. The Czech LIS-based data was analysed only to the level of detail of 3-digit ISCO-88 minor groups (scores in the downloadable index file which have been assigned to unit groups or other aggregate groups represent the imputation of relevant subgroup means).
Last modified 9 September 2012
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